Skip to comments.The Mitt Show
Posted on 11/11/2011 9:20:19 AM PST by lakeprincess
The presidential debates are Mitt Romney-centric: He gets more time on camera than any other candidate, offering some quantifiable proof that, indeed, Mr. Romney is the inevitable candidate the mainstream medias preferred choice for Republican nominee. A delightfully nitpicky review of recent debates by the University of Minnesota categorizes the ongoing debates as the Mitt Show, faulting the grossly unequal distribution of face time.
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Mitt reminds me of a teacher’s pet. Who likes a teacher’s pet?
—Who likes a teachers pet?—
“The Mitt Show”? MittTV?
“57 channels and there’s nothin’ on......”
Sounds like my inevitable withdrawal from the Republican Party
As a dependable conservative voter, one thing that I have not done, and will not do is watch these debates.
We need someone that can properly grasp the need of our nation, and lead. We need someone with a track record of accomplishments.
what we don’t need is yet another RINO saying “Pick Me, Pick Me” “It my turn!”
Don’t like Romney’s terrible record as a governor, nor the arrogance of his campaign team to get him elected at all costs to others. And I don’t like the message he keeps sending that he is entitled to serve in that office.
Focus on the needs of the nations - Economy and jobs.
Focus on what is right - Smaller and lesser government.
Contrast what is truly great about conservatism and take your ‘holier than thou’ sense of entitlement home with you.